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Integrated Printing Solutions opening IN packaging and personalization facility

Press release from the issuing company

Centennial, CO - Integrated Printing Solutions (IPS) announced that it has opened a new facility in Indiana that will revolutionize the production of the plastic card package. With custom-built machinery, including full robotics, automated quality control and tracking IPS will continue to be an industry leader in the gift card market.

IPS, which is best known as a premier provider and innovator of plastic card solutions and strategies for some of North America’s largest businesses, is expanding its footprint in the packaging industry with this new venture.

“The facility will feature custom-built production lines and robotics that will drive new packaging alternatives and data-validated quality assurance,” said Sev Spagnolie, founder of IPS and chief executive officer.

“Our goal for the Indiana location is to support all existing production lines we have in Denver while expanding our packaging capabilities beyond what is in the market today. The new location enables us to continually support the changing needs of our existing client base and expand our reach into other markets,” said Dave Gandini, president and chief operating officer of IPS.

“The new location in Indiana is yet another step that we are taking at IPS to deliver on the innovation the market is asking for. With the new production lines and growth expectations, we look to be on line to support volume by June of 2011,” Spagnolie said.


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